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Festival of military orchestras "Amur Waves" in Khabarovsk ended with a gala concert

The VII International Military Music Festival "Amur Waves" was completed in Khabarovsk, the press service of the Governor of the Khabarovsk Territory reported. In the final, the creative teams gave a gala concert, which was performed by the songs that the listeners loved.

As reported, the closing ceremony was attended by the governor of the region Vyacheslav Shport. "In nine days we witnessed the performances of the best Russian and foreign military brass bands. This time Khabarovsk was visited by virtuosos from Mongolia, the Republic of Kazakhstan, as well as the countries of the European Union. I want to thank our guests for their creative program. This is an honor for the Khabarovsk Territory. Special thanks are due to the chief of the military orchestral service of the Russian Armed Forces, the chief military conductor, Colonel Timofey Konstantinovich Mayakin. And to all participants of the Amur Waves, thanks to which this grandiose holiday took place on the bank of the Amur River, "the words of the head of the region at the ceremony are quoted in the message. During the ceremony, the awarding of teams was held, the governor presented letters of thanks to the orchestra leaders.

The festival "Amur Waves" gathered 600 military musicians and hundreds of thousands of music lovers. This year, for the first time in the concert program, a contest of children's brass bands was held, in which young musicians from the Khabarovsk and Primorye Territories, as well as the Jewish Autonomy, performed. Since this year, performances of children's orchestras have been decided regularly.
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